February 7, 2018
As far as I know all UK schools have WiFi, usually many signals! I have heard of USA and some European schools adressing the WiFi issue but why is UK not doing anything to protect children in schools? Does anyone know of any UK movements on this issue os if anything actually is being done? It breaks my heart that my children may someday have to go to a school with WiFi 🙁
Thanks for any information.
April 8, 2019
August 17, 2014
Hi Gyles. The issue around wifi in schools is not about connectivity. No-one is suggesting that connectivity should be abandoned (although some authorities are finding that computer-based learning is not as successful as more traditional techniques). The issue is around the documented and experiential reports of the harm done to children by the wifi signals (including at least one well-publicised suicide in the UK). Connectivity can be delivered by ethernet cables and fibre optics with no risk at all and this is what most of the people advocating wifi-free schools would suggest. For more info see EHTrust.org or any of Cece Doucette’s videos on Youtube. The most damning evidence I’ve seen comes from the children themselves (). So it is quite possible to have safe, secure, fast, reliable internet connectivity without wireless radiation. Wired connections are superior to wireless in all these areas.
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